Spectrum Athletic Clubs in the Greater LA area are teaming with the Hollenbeck Youth Center for its annual "Giving Tree." The public is invited to visit any of the luxury health clubs in the LA area and pick an ornament from the tree bearing the name and wish of an inner city youth whose family is unable to provide their children with gifts. Gifts from the list can then be purchased and brought back to the club and volunteers from Hollenbeck Youth Center will distribute the gifts. Nonmembers who donate to the gift drive will receive a 3-day guest pass to Spectrum valued at $75. The tree will be in place starting Friday, November 29 and all gifts must be delivered to Spectrum no later than Friday, December 12. For additional information visit www.spectrumclubs.com.
"We're delighted to, once again partner with Hollenbeck Youth Center for our annual Giving Tree, which has served to brighten the holidays for children who, for no fault of their own, are living in dire circumstances,” said Spectrum Athletic Club President and CEO Bud Rockhill. “We look forward to members and non-members reaching out to help.”
On the heels of a multi-million dollar renovation and improvement campaign, Spectrum Athletic Clubs boast spacious, modern facilities, highly trained staff, the latest in fitness equipment, high-end amenities and a full range of fitness programming. The clubs are recognized leaders in providing a fitness experience that helps members achieve their individual goals.